Video Swim Analysis

£45.00

As a triathlon coach who stands on poolside every week looking at my triathletes swim I know how hard it is to fully assess someone’s stroke. As someone who swims, it is almost impossible to get an accurate picture of my own stroke which is where video stroke analysis comes in. Using 4 different views (short videos of roughly 15m each into the wall) and some advanced video analysis software, we can get a very accurate view of your stroke, look for any areas of inefficiency. I will prepare a thorough report &  analysis on your front crawl stroke, tips to improve your efficiency and speed, drills to help you get faster.

Seeing really is believing with stroke analysis. Simply use a waterproof smartphone or a waterproof action cam such as a GoPro or DJI Osmo Action to take the following 4 videos of half to one length from each of the following angles.:-

  • Underwater view from the front – half length coming in to the wall
  • Above water view from the front – half length coming in to the wall
  • Underwater view from the side – 10 to 12 strokes mid-length
  • Overhead view from the side – looking down from the top to check body alignment, about 10 to 12 strokes mid-length
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As a triathlon coach who stands on poolside every week looking at my triathletes swim I know how hard it is to fully assess someone’s stroke. As someone who swims, it is almost impossible to get an accurate picture of my own stroke which is where video stroke analysis comes in. Using 4 different views (short videos of roughly 15m each into the wall) and some advanced video analysis software, we can get a very accurate view of your stroke, look for any areas of inefficiency. I will prepare a thorough report &  analysis on your front crawl stroke, tips to improve your efficiency and speed, drills to help you get faster.

Seeing really is believing with stroke analysis. Simply use a waterproof smartphone or a waterproof action cam such as a GoPro or DJI Osmo Action to take the following 4 videos of half to one length from each of the following angles.:-

  • Underwater view from the front – half length coming in to the wall
  • Above water view from the front – half length coming in to the wall
  • Underwater view from the side – 10 to 12 strokes mid-length
  • Overhead view from the side – looking down from the top to check body alignment, about 10 to 12 strokes mid-length

As a follow up, get a voucher for 30% off any follow-up analysis in the next 6 months to check how your corrections have worked.